These are my go-to resources that help me identify and learn about all the lovely and mysterious wildflowers that I encounter in Shenandoah Valley. You may find these useful as well.
The Tuscarora-Overall Run & Beecher Ridge loop trail was a solid hike, and a more manageable distance than the loop with Heiskell Hollow Trail, but we enjoyed the latter more.
It was an enjoyable loop trail with a variety of nature to observe – waterfalls, forest, wildflowers, mushrooms, ancient lava flows, and several viewpoints of Shenandoah Valley from the AT.
Although it doesn’t get featured often, Bear Church Rock it is a little gem in Shenandoah. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a challenge.
Although there are no mountain views, walking by the river for several hours is pleasant. It also is a good place to go if you want to camp in Shenandoah National Park.